Therapist: “I know you’re overwhelmed and it’s a lot of change. But having a kid is the absolute best lesson in learning how to let go of control. You’ve had many opportunities for this lesson in the past, and it’s always been scary at first but beneficial in the end.”
Me: “Right. Well, I guess with those lessons, there was always kind of an end point. I feel like this time there is no end. Like the second I become ok and comfortable with something, she’s going to change.”
Therapist: “Correct. The lesson is ongoing. It ends when you die.”
Therapist: “K so here’s your August invoice! See you next week!”
1 thought on “When You Die”
It’s true, but it gets easier…because you start to get used to the constant change!
(so sayeth the mom of a 19 month old)